HALOSleepSack Big Kids Wearable Blanket Review
A special thanks to HALO SleepSack for providing me with a free product to review on my blog!
NEW! Lightweight Knit SleepSack Big Kids Wearable Blanket
The HALO® SleepSack Big Kids becomes a trusted bedtime routine, providing the secure feeling your child needs to fall asleep fast and sleep soundly throughout the night. It is a warm cuddly blanket they cannot kick off; ensuring little ones sleep well and stay covered throughout the night. With its unique foot openings, the SleepSack Big Kids wearable blanket allows for greater mobility while children are awake, but also keeps little feet covered and warm while sleeping. Use over regular sleepwear to take the place of loose blankets.
My two year old son has never liked using blankets no matter how much I have encouraged him to use them. I have spent countless nights covering him up (nice and snug) only to have him tear the blankets off seconds later. Every mother worries about their children at night time… are they too hot?… are they too cold?… do they need another blanket? The battle is never ending, especially when you have a child that prefers to sleep without anything in his bed. So when I discovered that there was a blanket that my son could wear to bed I was just ecstatic! The HALO SleepSack Big Kids is a genius invention that has made the blanket struggle non existent! I am now able to put this light weight blanket on my son as if they were a pair of pajamas and have the reassurance of knowing the blanket will stay with him all night. It is soft, cozy, lightweight and has plenty of room underneath for extra layers if needed. This has been the perfect solution for us and most importantly, my son loves the HALO SleepSack, what more could a mother ask for?
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